I have recently published my first book. It is called Initiation into the Left Hand Path. There are only 45 advance copies of this in existence. Several have already been obtained by private collectors. Each copy is numbered and signed.
Featuring original artwork by Tasha Menary. The book contains four Left Hand Path ceremonies. The first three are solo rites and the final ceremony is a group ritual. Each copy is currently going for $17 plus $4 shipping in North America. For International destinations, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
My name is Jeremy Crow. I am a Left Hand Path occultist and I resonate with the Luciferian label. I use the term "Lucifer" in it's literal definition of "Light Bearer" from the Latin. Light being a symbol of knowledge, Lucifer is the embodiment of illumination or enlightenment. Lucifer is also a potent symbol of independent free thought and the drive toward liberty in all forms. For more about what the LHP and RHP represent, watch this video:
I have created this website to promote a greater understanding of this philosophy and way of life. There are a lot of misconceptions out there. Ignorance leads to fear and fear leads to hate. I like to study the various religions of the world and encourage others to do the same. For more about how I came to this path, check out this video:
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me via my Google account.
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The above Tarot image is one of the 22 Major Arcana cards used by the Whare-Ra Temple of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn in New Zealand.
One method of learning the Tarot is to colour your own set of images. Read an article about this here. Throughout this site are all 22 images that you can save to your computer and print out for colouring. Just right-click on the image and select "Save Image."
This is the first in the series. Clicking directly on the image will bring you to the page on this site that contains the next image in the traditional sequence. I have also created a Site Map based on this sequence to provide an easy method of finding any specific Tarot image.